With a 50-3 win over Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Troy High Football has been crowned the 2021 Section 2 Class A Champion. Congratulations! Please click the link above for highlights and to watch a recording of the game.
We have been notified that three individuals have tested positive for COVID-19. We have worked closely with the Department of Health to conduct thorough contact tracing and have already reached out to the affected individuals.
The district will now be closed on June 18 in honor and recognition of Juneteenth. In addition, changes to the Regents exam schedule, as per the State, have been reflected in the calendar. June 16 and June 21 are now full instructional days for all. All calendars, including an updated color block calendar, can be found on our Calendars page or by clicking the link above.
Due to the pandemic, the Annual Troy City School District Art Show, which is normally held at the Atrium in Troy, will be held virtually. Please click the link below to see our student’s work and read messages from their teachers.
We have been notified that several individuals have tested positive for COVID-19. We are working with the Department of Health to conduct thorough contact tracing and are reaching out to the affected individuals with quarantine instructions. If you are not contacted by the District or by the DOH, no further action is needed on your part.
On April 20, 2021, the Troy City School District Board of Education adopted a proposed 2021-2022 budget of $115,293,164. With this plan, the tax levy will increase 0%. The proposed budget maintains all programs and staff. This year, residents will vote in person on the proposed budget on Tuesday, May 18.